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Via Dale Baker,The #1 Home and Commercial Properties Inspector-in NH&VT-on AR (Baker Home,Commercial Properties Inspections and Consulting ): A Safe Water Supply, a safe water supply sure is critical to protecting publie health, is the first obligation of all water suppliers. Without the modern water systems, diseases such as cholera and dysentery would be part of our everyday life.
In the United States, water utilities are monitored for more than 100 contaminanta and must meet close to 90 regulations for water safety and quality. Those water standards are among the world's most stringent. A Safe Water Supply, States usual also (6 comments)
Via Dale Baker,The #1 Home and Commercial Properties Inspector-in NH&VT-on AR (Baker Home,Commercial Properties Inspections and Consulting ): Engineered Wood I-Beams Exposed to Fire Part two, new construction, nearly half of all new residential construction utilize engineered wood I-beams, these and other truss floor components are the norm for wood construction. Residential buildings built after 1990 are suspect for haven engineered wood I-beams or some type of truss floor system.
The hazards and risks of engineered wood I-beams is they burn rapidly due to a very high surface to mass ratio characteristic of kindling. Just like a common truss, the (5 comments)
Via Dale Baker,The #1 Home and Commercial Properties Inspector-in NH&VT-on AR (Baker Home,Commercial Properties Inspections and Consulting ): Hydrant Flushing in Cavendish Vermont, Monday 26 October through Wednesday 28 October 2009, during the hours 9:00 A.M. to 5 P.M. the Cavendish Municipal Water System, will be do-en the Town's Fall Hydrant Flushing.
The Cavendish Municipal Water System, would like to remind the system users that Hydrant Flushing may cause temporary discoloration and turbidity of the water. This very important system maintenanance procedure is something that needs to be conducted each Fall and Spring. The flushing program allows the pipes (7 comments)
Via Dale Baker,The #1 Home and Commercial Properties Inspector-in NH&VT-on AR (Baker Home,Commercial Properties Inspections and Consulting ): Home Inspectors have a Heart that can Brake also, we some times get a phone call, that just brake's our heart. Just like the one, that I received the other day. There was a very nice lady on the line, and she started telling me about her home, that she, her son, and her baby thats on the way live's in. She is need-en and want-en an Inspection and test-en done for Black Mold. I could hear in this poor lady's voice that she (6 comments)
Via Dale Baker,The #1 Home and Commercial Properties Inspector-in NH&VT-on AR (Baker Home,Commercial Properties Inspections and Consulting ): First Time Home Buyers and Home Owners do you know about Relative Humidity, Are you going to be liven in an area that has high Humidity, then your going to be on the look out for potential Mold problems. Did you know that outdoor Humidity affectes the indoor Humidity levels of a home and even commercial properties. This creats the perfect environment for toxic Mold growth.
If your home has a Relative Humidity level, thats greater than 55 percent promotes growth of Mold (6 comments)
Via Dale Baker,The #1 Home and Commercial Properties Inspector-in NH&VT-on AR (Baker Home,Commercial Properties Inspections and Consulting ): First Time Home Buyers did the home have any water intrusion into it, a having a Mold Inspection and Testing can help to know for sure. When your going to buy a new or a used home, you should think about also have a Mold Inspection. Here are some question you really should ask yourself, when your looking at homes on the market. Was there any kind of musty smell in the home or other buildings? Was there at all any visible signs (6 comments)
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